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SD Gundam G generation World

Post by ydawg314 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 2:22 am

SD Gundam G generation World:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDaDE9EBMto

I got this for WII last week. Ive been able to play a little so far because I played the G generation F for playstation but I feel like I am missing the little things due to the language barrier. Is anyone else playing this? Do you like it? Anyone have any tips for non Japanese speakers?
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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by Den Sethos » Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:05 am

I have been playing consistently since its release on PSP. I have its predecessor for PS2, and being able to play it on a handheld is a marked improvement, IMO.

As for tips, well, not much. There is a wiki in progress ( ggenworld.shoutwiki.com ), and you can use the old wiki for Wars ( ggenwars.wikia.com ).

You have a bunch of pilotes that you can use for grinding (Audrey from Unicorn, who gets Elite, which adds to a unit's exp, Monique from IGLOO some others, too, like Corner or Elfriede Schultz).

Good stages to grind are A-1 (3 enemies, one each for 3 pilots, meaning you get 50 PP for 3 characters, more if you use a support from a ship) and A-10 for units (plenty of weak Leos. Simply keep one shuttle alive to end the stage quickly).

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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by ydawg314 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 5:39 pm

Ok good advice Ill try grinding next time I play
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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by BlitzkriegOmega » Sat Mar 05, 2011 4:05 pm

I try my best not to grind....so far, I've only grinded once, and that was to make a little more money to replace the Turn A Black History I upgraded to Turn X...Now I have both Louran and Gym Working together and Murdering EVERYTHING!

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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by yazi88 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:42 pm

So, how does Hell mode work?

Is it automatic after you beat the game? Or is there an option to toggle it on or off? Cause I hard even guncannons can kick your ass in hell mode.

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Post by 2NA Fish » Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:00 am

You automatically go into Hell mode when you complete the game, but you can toggle it off in the menu. It's just the same as normal, but every enemy and NPC gets highly increased stats. It also has an extra level, Hell Road.

Grinding is best left until after you finish the game. The game is easy enough that you can crash through with just a few slightly upgraded units anyway.

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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by BlitzkriegOmega » Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:23 am

some MS are just BROKEN in this game...Unicorn...Barbatos...Hi-Nu...and anything from Seed that has been given an I-Field...stupid Phase-shift armor...

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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by quasadra » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:19 am

considering you get Barbatos after you finish the game, it is understandable for it to be a little, err... extreme. :mrgreen:
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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by Mark064 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:48 pm

Giving units parts, especially those you get in Hell Mode makes any unit in the game broken. Other then that under normal circumstances Hi Nu and Unicorn aren't really broken at all, the same goes with the SEED units. And if you've leveled up your unit and pilot to insane levels it's the same thing. You can make any unit overpowered with the right level and pilot, and parts is just icing on the cake. The most broken units I've found are the Turn A and Turn X... but that's to be expected.
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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by BlitzkriegOmega » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:02 pm

Mark064 wrote:Giving units parts, especially those you get in Hell Mode makes any unit in the game broken. Other then that under normal circumstances Hi Nu and Unicorn aren't really broken at all, the same goes with the SEED units. And if you've leveled up your unit and pilot to insane levels it's the same thing. You can make any unit overpowered with the right level and pilot, and parts is just icing on the cake. The most broken units I've found are the Turn A and Turn X... but that's to be expected.
I don't see them as Broken since they have a very high energy usage...but the previous statement is true, but I'm NOT using O.Parts in my run...

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Re: SD Gundam G generation World

Post by Mark064 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:29 pm

Unicorn is only awesome once you get it into Destroy Mode. Meanwhile Turn A/Turn X have the Moonlight Butterfly which can destroy 3 units at once.
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